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Studio Designs 48"Computer Workstation in Pewter / Grey 18650
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- Overall Dimemsions:49.25"W x 31"D x 35"H
- Commercial Grade Mobile Workstation
- Work Surface Dimensions: 48"W X 31"D X 1"Thick, Shelf Dimensions: 48"W X 18.75"D X 1" Thick
- 2"Diameter Sturdy Steel Tubing Base, Four Casters for Mobility with 2 Locking for Stability
- Work Surface and Shelf Heights are adjustable and interchangeable in 1"increments up to 34" high
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Studio Designs' 24'' Computer WorkStation is a perfect desk for smaller spaces. Five wheel casters on a sturdy steel base allow mobility. The work surface and monitor shelf are interchangable and can adjust in height per 1'' increments. A computer mouse shelf slides out 12'' on either the left or right side beneath the desk top. The 24'' WorkStation adds a third shelf on bottom for more storage. Work surface: 24''W x 29''D x 1'' Thick. Shelf: 24''W x 18''D x 1'' Thick.
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|Item Dimensions||31 x 49.25 x 35 in||—||—||28 x 20 x 35.5 in||2.56 x 15.65 x 12.94 in|
|Item Weight||79 lbs||—||—||34 lbs||52.12 lbs|
|Size||48"||—||Stand-Up Desk||NO SIZE||39.76 x 32.87 x 6.50|
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It took me about an hour to assemble it by myself. It would have been easier to assemble with another person, but it can be done by yourself. It is heavy, so that might be an issue in assembling for some people.
You do want to measure and determine what height will work best for the desktop before finishing the assembly. To adjust it after would basically require you to take it apart (see my con below).
I know this isn't packaging feedback, but I found it packed very poorly and the outer box looked like the shippers dropped it several times, yet this speaks to the sturdiness of the product as it was not at all damaged.
There are some pros and cons. I'm listing out more cons than pros, but overall I think this is a four star product that I would recommend.
* Very sturdy and well built. It actually has a fifth wheel that isn't show and I think it would take a lot to break the wheels or any other part of this desk. This pro actually makes up for all the cons.
* You can move this very easily**. The wheels are very good and it glides easily even when loaded up with equipment. I move it from my living room to my bedroom through a somewhat narrow hall with a sharp turn through a narrow door with ease. I leave my monitor, keyboard, mouse and power strip (unplugged of course) on the various shelves while moving it and have never had an issue. It is so sturdy that I have no fear that my monitor will fall off.
**One note on moving the desk, while you can move this from one room to another on the same floor with ease, this desk is very heavy so it would not move up stairs, etc., easily. If you wanted to move it up stairs or into a truck, etc., you would need someone to help you.
* The table top is adjustable in height so you can set it for comfort.
* It has a sliding side table that you can use for your mouse or for a cup of coffee, etc. The picture shows it on the left, but it can also be on the right.
* There isn't a lot of work space. This is sort of a pro in that it is compact, but a con if you are like me and have a laptop and like to use two screens. I set a TV tray up next to this and put my laptop on the TV tray. This works fine for me. If it were larger I would probably be complaining about it not being compact enough, so take this "con" for what it is.
* It is not (my opinion) very attractive. This isn't a big deal for me because I wheel it out of public view when I am not using it. It is NOT ugly. It just looks a little industrial.
* While the table top is adjustable (one of my pros), it is not easily adjustable after assembled. This is fine for me because I'm the only one using it, but if you wanted this for multiple users you can't simply adjust the height. I don't think this is a big issue, as most desks can't be adjusted either, but I wanted to mention it.
Overall I am very impressed and pleased with this product. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a sturdy computer desk that they want to be able to move from one room to another.
Once I got it assembled (it would be easier with 2 people), I was impressed with the quality of the materials and how well everything fit. NOTE: Don't tighten the screws until you have them all in place!!!! Allowing some leeway in the parts during assembly will actually speed up the assembly. This went in the back end of my travel trailer to hold my laptop and ham gear. It is sturdy enough to hold the Optimus 65ah agm battery, a big 30A power supply, 2 ham radios, antenna tuner and more.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, even for home use. It is worth every penny you spend because it is designed for durability AND good looks. These aren't your typical wimpy shelves - they will hold whatever you put on them.
The desk goes together relatively easily, with one major exception that cost the desk the star: The screws that attach the desktop supports to the vertical metal poles are cheap, soft metal and two of them had threads bend during install, making them impossible to drive into the holes. Fortunately, I had similar screws on-hand to replace them, but you shouldn't need to replace basic parts on pre-fab furniture such as this. The desktops are intended to be adjustable, but I'm hesitant to make any further adjustments since I'm now out of replacement screws.
Now that the desk is together, I think it will be a nice fit. It's not an enormous piece of furniture so it works in my small home office, but it's still larger and more 'desk-like' than most mobile workstations available.